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... I'm taking Tricor 145mg every day, I've been on Tricor for about 2 years (dosages have varied). Every so often the docs will check my triglycerides and they are way over 1000!! I do have a family history of hypertriglyceridemia, but my Dad didn't get this problem until he was over 50!, I am female and only 26! So, even though I have been behaving myself according to diet and... (9 replies)
... So at that time, I was on both Tricor and Lipitor. ... (4 replies)
... t was an added bonus for me, and it has actually straightened out my digestive track as far as not having to go all the time, but about the second week I started taking Tricor I started feeling little heart palps. ... (1 replies)

... My son's doctor just prescribed Tricor for his low HDL. He is 48, a lean runner, his HDL is 22 and total cholesterol is 190. ... (1 replies)
... I called the doctors office and told the nurse that I did not want to take the Tricor because of the side effects and... after playing phone tag, I finally told them that they should call my wife if I was not available. ... (8 replies)
... I would bet that it is a reaction to the tricor if you hadn't had it before. You might tell your doctor about these. As he will know shingles is an inflamation of the nerve endings. ... (14 replies)
... I recently started taking Tricor. At first I had no problems but now I have many severe side effects. For one thing since I have been taking Tricor my appetite has increased. I have put on weight since beginning Tricor. Now I have severe diarrhea. ... (2 replies)
... I finally got my lab results back today. I was having a problem with my trigs running about 402. Well, after taking krill oil for the last few months, my new number was down to 276! I know that's still high, but I'll take it. ... (30 replies)
... month follow up since I started taking Tricor. ... (23 replies)
... I have been diagnosed with 3rd stage kidney disease and recently searched for TRICOR side effects. I learned from one site that anyone with kidney disease should not be taking TRICOR. ... (4 replies)
... I wasn't on Tricor, but I always had very low BP until I went on Lipitor and then Baycol. Along with GI problems and pains and aches, my BP kept going up, another reason they started to think I couldn't take statins. One person said after they stopped, their BP went back to normal, but mine is still up and down, so now I am on meds for that. I know a few others who had BP... (5 replies)
... I take Tricor 145 mg and Omega 3 daily. My numbers came down dramatically. I then ask my doc if I can go to a lower dosage of Tricor and he says no. Okay. With that he does say that the omega 3 most definitely will lower my TG's as well. I say great. ... (5 replies)
... aid that since I am 40 now that this is normal for my age. What doesn't make sense is that my blood pressure was "normal" for all of these years until I started taking Tricor. Am I imagining things, or what? ... (5 replies)
... My husband recently started taking Tricor in addition to Lipitor. The Tricor replaced Lopid. His symptoms are extreme fatigue, some mental fuzziness and forgetfulness and increased depression. ... (2 replies)
TriCor
Jan 1, 2004
... Does TriCor aggrevate them? ... (0 replies)
... I just don't know what is going on with my skin...it is painful and tender to the touch, starting on my scalp and down my neck and face. It is only on the right side and abruptly stops in the middle of my scalp. To brush my hair is painful or to put my face cream on. I have just started taking Tricor and Avapro (I have taken the Avapro before with no problems) for my high... (14 replies)
... I was recently prescribed Tricor. Does anyone have any knowledge of side effects of taking Tricor on a long term basis? ... (0 replies)
... but for some reason the doctor was reluctant. It almost felt like the doctor was pushing the Tricor on me. ... (23 replies)
... I was on Tricor for a few years when my triglycerides were astronomical (>600 mg/dL). I was sedentary and weighed over 220 lbs at the time though. Fortunately, through diet, exercise and weightloss (to 155 lbs), I no longer need any meds for control (my TGs are in the 30-40 mg/dL range now). It sounds like you have done the weight and exercise part of the equation to... (1 replies)
... Those changes will help reduce your triglycerides, true. But will those alone reduce them enough? For some people, the answer is no - for whatever reason our bodies are in overdrive mode when it comes to triglyceride production by our liver. Meds, on top of diet and exercise changes are the only way to get triglycerides down to a reasonable number. At least I know that's... (9 replies)




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